ARC Review: The Lucky Escape by Laura Jane Williams

Synopsis: ONE CANCELLED WEDDING When the day finally comes for Annie to marry Alexander, the last thing she expects is to be left standing at the altar. She was so sure he was Mr Right. Now, she has no idea how she could have got it so wrong. ONE UNEXPECTED ENCOUNTER After a chance meeting withContinue reading “ARC Review: The Lucky Escape by Laura Jane Williams”

ARC Review: Realm Breaker by Victoria Aveyard

Synopsis: A strange darkness is growing in the Ward. Even Corayne an-Amarat can feel it, tucked away in her small town at the edge of the sea. Fate knocks on her door, in the form of a mythical immortal and a lethal assassin, who tell Corayne that she is the last of an ancient lineageContinue reading “ARC Review: Realm Breaker by Victoria Aveyard”

ARC Review: Joe and Anna Byrd and the Mysterious Coin by Nissan Louie

Synopsis: Although Joe and his sister Anna are orphans, they feel they “have it all” living with their loving grandfather in Sunrise Village. They are sure Grandpa Robbie has no worries, and they feel protected under his wing. However, this is not the case. Bosco, an international terrorist, is targeting Grandpa Robbie, while the siblings’Continue reading “ARC Review: Joe and Anna Byrd and the Mysterious Coin by Nissan Louie”

ARC Review: A Deadly Education by Naomi Novik

Synopsis: There are no teachers, no holidays, friendships are purely strategic, and the odds of survival are never equal. Once you’re inside, there are only two ways out: you graduate or you die. El Higgins is uniquely prepared for the school’s many dangers. She may be without allies, but she possesses a dark power strongContinue reading “ARC Review: A Deadly Education by Naomi Novik”

ARC Review: The Hunter and the Mage by Kaitlyn Davies

Synopsis: When Lyana wakes in the Sea of Mist, adventure is the first thing on her mind. But between her unruly new magic and an unyielding young king, the world below comes with more responsibility than she ever dreamed. An entire civilisation exists within the fog, and its survival depends entirely on her.  Adrift atContinue reading “ARC Review: The Hunter and the Mage by Kaitlyn Davies”

ARC Review: Anything but Easy by Susie Tate

Synopsis: Kira Murphy is a liability: always has been. She might be small but her personality and heart are not: a sexual health doctor with a foul mouth, pink streaks in her hair, a bizarre world view, a reputation for being ‘pathologically social’, and a huge crush on the current Minister of State for Business,Continue reading “ARC Review: Anything but Easy by Susie Tate”

ARC Review: Accidentally in Love by Belinda Missen

Synopsis: In the space of a week, Katharine Patterson has quit her job, decided to move back home, and broken up with the guy she thought was the one. No big deal. Because Katharine has a plan. She’s going to open her own art gallery, just like she’s always wanted. What she’s not going toContinue reading “ARC Review: Accidentally in Love by Belinda Missen”

ARC Review: The Bone Shard Daughter by Andrea Stewart

Synopsis: The Sukai Dynasty has ruled the Phoenix Empire for over a century, their mastery of bone shard magic powering the monstrous constructs that maintain law and order. But now the emperor’s rule is failing, and revolution is sweeping across the Empire’s many islands. Lin is the Emperor’s daughter, but a mysterious illness has stolenContinue reading “ARC Review: The Bone Shard Daughter by Andrea Stewart”

ARC Review: The Unwilling by Kelly Braffet

Synopsis: The Unwilling is the story of Judah, a foundling born with a special gift and raised inside Highfall castle along with Gavin, the son and heir to Lord Elban’s vast empire. Judah and Gavin share an unnatural bond that is both the key to her survival…and possibly her undoing.  As Gavin is groomed for hisContinue reading “ARC Review: The Unwilling by Kelly Braffet”

Review: Murderer of Dreams by Paul Taffinder

Synopsis: The stars fell.The oceans boiled and flooded the land.A darkness descended.ECHREXAR murdered our dreams There was a time, before the breaking of the Golden Age of the world, when the people were as the birds of the air – of a thousand forms – and each of the thousand spoke no single tongue. UntilContinue reading “Review: Murderer of Dreams by Paul Taffinder”

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